NRG is leading a customer-driven change in the U.S. energy industry by delivering cleaner and smarter energy choices. A Fortune 200 company, NRG creates value through reliable and efficient conventional generation while driving innovation in solar and renewable power, electric vehicle ecosystems, carbon capture technology and customer-centric energy solutions. NRG’s Arthur Kill Station on Staten Island provides a large, undisturbed area for curing hundreds of thousands of oyster shells, an approximately one-year process that is central to the success of the BOP.


ExxonMobil, the largest publicly traded international oil and gas company, uses technology and innovation to help meet the world’s growing energy needs. Water and energy are interrelated, and both are critical for society, economic development and the environment. ExxonMobil manages water resources with care, using the same systems, processes and policies that govern our overall approach to environmental management. We are pleased to assist BOP by providing an oyster transfer station on our Brooklyn property in service of this worthy ecosystem restoration and education project.